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Global Risks Report 2016

In its 11th edition, The Global Risks Report 2016 by the World Economic Forum  draws attention to ways that global risks could evolve and interact in the next decade. The report features perspectives on the perceived impact and likelihood of 29 prevalent global risks, divided into five categories: economic, environmental, geopolitical, societal and technological. The report …
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Global Risks Atlas 2012

Maplecroft has just published the “Global Risks Atlas 2012,” which highlights potentially destabilizing factors in the world’s key growth economies. It finds that Brazil, Russia, India and China are no less susceptible to potential security or economic shocks than in previous years. The Atlas covers 178 countries and includes 33 indices within five global risk …
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Global Risks 2012

The World Economic Forum has just published “Global Risks 2012.” The report warns that economic imbalances and social inequality risk reversing the gains of globalization. The study is based on a survey of 469 experts and industry leaders that examines 50 global risks across five categories: economic, environmental, geopolitical, societal and technological. The report also …
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Global Risks Report – World Economic Forum

The World Economic Forum has just launched Global Risks 2010, its annual report on the most significant and underlying global risks facing the global economy this year and beyond. The study highlights a number of slow-moving risks exacerbated by the financial crisis and global economic downturn, and stresses the continued need to further enhance global …
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